This traditional geometric medallion print in a rich shade of blue with tans and rust will give your look refined elegance. An Elizabetta exclusive, made along the shores of Lake Como, Italy.
We use fine silk twill for our ascots because it is a luxuriously soft fabric that drapes well and is long-wearing.
- Made from the finest quality 100% Italian silk twill
- The construction is tubular giving more substance both in weight and feel
- Maximum Width is 15cm
- Mid-point Collar Width is 6cm
- Length is 137 cm
- Handmade exclusively for Elizabetta along the shores of Lake Como, Italy in a family-owned mill. Only small quantities are made, ensuring you are wearing a unique fashion accessory.
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Since 2004, Elizabetta has been designing ascot ties and working with only the most talented small factories in Como, Italy to print and transform our designs into ascots.
Craftsmanship passed down through the generations and the highest quality materials means your ascot will be a timeless addition to your wardrobe.
Fair Labor, Fair Price
Our ascot cravats are produced exclusively by ethical, family-owned factories in Como, Italy using non-toxic dyes and eco-conscious techniques. Better for you, better for the planet, and better for the people making our ascots.
We skip the middlemen, which allows lovers of beautifully made things to own something of quality at remarkably reasonable prices.
Lake Como silk
Since the 1400s, Como has been renowned throughout the world for its silk production. A famous school for silk masters has been in operation since 1869, and the silk from Como has been chosen to dress royalty, popes, and celebrities.
Today, family companies in Como continue to produce some of the finest silk in the world.
Pure silk: natural, breathable, luxurious and long wearing.